Building & Landlord Data for 176 33rd Street, Brooklyn, NY 11232

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32 %

32% chance of no major maintenance issues next year

Moderate Risk Building

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Building Overview
Source: HPD & RGB
Total units 12
Year built 1928
Total area 6,600 sq ft
Floors 4
Tax Abatements None
Building Class New Law Tenement

Code Violations

Class B
3
Class C
0

Complaints

311 complaints
1

Pests

Rat issues
0
Bedbug issues
None

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Ownership & Management

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Role Name Address
Individual Owner Steven Locicero 769 4Th Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11232
Site Manager Casper Locicero

Rent Stabilization

Year Built Units RGB registration Tax abatement
Built before 1974 More than 6 units Registered None found
Registered with the Rent Guidelines Board. Some or all units should be rent stabilized.

Building records

Source: Department of Buildings
Date Filed Number Category Status
12/27/1999 3076244 Failure to Maintain CLOSED
12/23/1999 3076234 28 CLOSED
12/19/1995 3045099 Failure to Maintain CLOSED
12/09/1996 3051735 40 CLOSED
10/23/2010 3358720 Failure to Maintain CLOSED
09/29/2020 3771121 Building Shaking/Vibrating/Structural Stability Affected CLOSED
09/29/2020 3771121 Building Shaking/Vibrating/Structural Stability Affected ACTIVE
08/31/2010 3353346 Illegal Conversion CLOSED
05/01/2000 3078572 Failure to Maintain CLOSED
04/04/2010 3337675 Building Shaking/Vibrating/Structural Stability Affected CLOSED

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Source: HPD
Status Date Category ID Type Status
09/08/14 Unsanitary Condition: Pests 6998679 Emergency The Department of Housing Preservation and Development inspected the following conditions. Violations were issued. Information about specific violations is available at www.nyc.gov/hpd.: The Department of Housing Preservation and Development inspected the following conditions. Violations were issued. Information about specific violations is available at www.nyc.gov/hpd.
05/20/16 Door/window: Door 6998679 Emergency The Department of Housing Preservation and Development inspected the following conditions. No violations were issued. The complaint has been closed.: The Department of Housing Preservation and Development inspected the following conditions. No violations were issued. The complaint has been closed.
06/06/16 Door/window: Door 6998679 Emergency The Department of Housing Preservation and Development was not able to gain access to inspect the following conditions. The complaint has been closed. If the condition still exists, please file a new complaint.: The Department of Housing Preservation and Development was not able to gain access to inspect the following conditions. The complaint has been closed. If the condition still exists, please file a new complaint.
Source: DOHMH/311
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Source: HPD
Date Filed Date Abated Item Category Status
Date Number Respondent Description Status Penalty Balance Due
Source: HPD
Open Date Case Type Status Judgement Penalty Harassment found
Source: Department of Buildings
Effective Date Rescinded Date Reason Type Units
Source: HPD Emergency Repair Program
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Source: Office of Administrative Trials & Hearings
Date Agency Respondent Charge Result Penalty Status
Source: Department of Finance
Tax Class Month Water Only
Source: HPD
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Source: LPC
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Source: Department of Investigation (DOI)
Source: Department of Buildings
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Source: HPD
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Source: Bureau of Fire Prevention
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Source: Bureau of Fire Prevention
Siamese Sprinklers Sprinkler Type Open Violation Notices Open Violation Orders
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Source: HPD
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Source: Department of Finance
Sale Date Sale Price
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Source: DocketAlarm
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